The Eliza test, developed by Mongolian scientists, was successful and received intellectual property
Mongolian scientists have developed a test to diagnose the development of a new type of coronavirus in a person infected with the virus. The diagnostic test was successfully received intellectual property rights, and is being implemented.
The test, called ELISA, that can detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus in human blood and plasma, study the spread of the virus, and monitor the immune system of people. Academician Ts. Oyunsuren, a leading researcher at the Institute of Biology of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, said, "We did research for three months to create a diagnostic tool.
The test was created on August 1. It is a diagnostic test for people who have recovered from an illness. In the first phase, 16 million MNT was allocated for the development of diagnostics, and in the second phase, 180 million MNT was allocated for testing, certification, and purchase of equipment.